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Opportunities given us

About five weeks ago, the liturgy planning committee gathered to review the details of Holy Week, the period from Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion thru Easter Sunday. The folks on the liturgy committee are talented and dedicated folks that include every aspect of the celebrations: environment/décor, lectors, altar servers, choir/music, ushers, greeters, communications, faith formation, and the celebrants – priests and our deacon. Holy Week is a wonderful week of diverse, holy and meaningful celebrations which take the community from the high of the triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, to the lows while hearing the reading of the Passion, to an exultant chorus – He is risen!! – on Easter Sunday. It is a rollercoaster of emotion, music, readings, and grandeur. Continue reading Opportunities given us

Faith Formation in the time of Covid-19

Greetings from your
Faith Formation Team!

We hope you are your families are doing well. We are writing to inform you of some of the cancellations we’ve made to the schedule as well as connecting you to the many resources to share as a family to continue to learn in faith during this time of the Coronavirus pandemic. As of today, March 18, we are cancelling the following:

  • Faith Formation for Sundays thru April 17th
  • Family Faith thru April 17th
  • Eucharist Workshop 3
  • Children’s Liturgy of the Word (CLOW) thru April 17th

We will continue to keep you updated as things change. Here are some websites that you and your family can use to continue to share faith at home as we navigate through these uncertain times.